State Bar Association Law and Legal Definition
State Bar Association is an association or a group of attorneys who have been admitted to practice law in a given state. Each state has its own bar association. State bar association are generally created by statue, and the membership in the association is often mandatory for those practicing law in that state.
State bar associations have the power and authority to regulate the legal profession. The associations can take steps to discipline attorneys. They can also bring law suits against those persons who engage in unauthorized practice of law. However, voluntary bar association such as the ABA do not have such authority.
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- State Bank Supervisor
- State Bank
- State Association
- State Assessment [Education]
- State and Local Taxes
- State Bar Association
- State Board [Education]
- State Broadband Data and Development Grant Program
- State Capital Crime
- State Children’s Health Insurance Program
- State Coalitions Grant Program [Department of Justice]